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  • Where can I find a Podiatrist that can help me with a reasonable price for orthotics? | Circle Podiatry |Uk's #1 multi award winning private Podiatry brand
    me with a reasonable price for orthotics Where can I find a Podiatrist that can help me with a reasonable price for orthotics Depending on the reason for requiring orthotics you may be eligible for this on your private medical insurance You can seek further information of our prices by call reception where we would carry out further assessment and create orthotics suitable for your needs However bear in mind

    Original URL path: http://www.circlepodiatry.co.uk/faqs/where-can-i-find-a-podiatrist-that-can-help-me-with-a-reasonable-price-for-orthotics/ (2016-02-15)
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  • How do I get pretty summer feet? | Circle Podiatry |Uk's #1 multi award winning private Podiatry brand
    feet You can see a podiatrist at our practice who will be happy to assess you and provide you with any podiatry care you might need to ensure your feet are looking their best You can also indulge in moisturising daily using a Urea based cream such as CCs foot care cream available to purchase in our practice to keep your skin in good condition Keep your feet active and

    Original URL path: http://www.circlepodiatry.co.uk/faqs/how-do-i-get-pretty-summer-feet/ (2016-02-15)
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  • How long should I leave the dressing on my foot? | Circle Podiatry |Uk's #1 multi award winning private Podiatry brand
    be advised by your podiatrist relevant healthcare provider the person who applied the dressing on this However when wearing a dressing it is important that it does not get wet as this can lead to an infection as a moist area is a good environment for harbouring infective organisms We appreciate this is difficult and we are now selling a waterproof dressing cover called Buddy which is a simple and

    Original URL path: http://www.circlepodiatry.co.uk/faqs/how-long-should-i-leave-the-dressing-on-my-foot/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Does anyone know some great foot care techniques? | Circle Podiatry |Uk's #1 multi award winning private Podiatry brand
    toes Make sure your footwear fits correctly The idea footwear should have a strap fastening to the foot Velcro buckle laces etc which will keep the foot firmly in place and prevent any rubbing that may cause blisters Ideally the shoe should have an upper that is made from a breathable material such as leather and the inside of the shoe should be checked to make sure there are no rough edges seams on the inside that may rub on the skin The toe box should be wide and deep enough to accommodate the toes and the shoe should have a heel no larger than 3cm Try not to wear the same shoes every day Keep your toenails trimmed Cut straight rather than rounded to avoid ingrown toenails Soaking your feet in warm water and exfoliating them with a foot scrub will help to remove any dead skin A good quality foot file available to purchase in our practice or pumice stone can be used on any hard skin present however do not be too rough when doing this especially on cracked areas as it will make your feet sore Apply a good Urea based cream such as CCS foot

    Original URL path: http://www.circlepodiatry.co.uk/faqs/does-anyone-know-some-great-foot-care-techniques/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Can verruca’s spread to others by using the same shower? | Circle Podiatry |Uk's #1 multi award winning private Podiatry brand
    same shower Yes The virus that causes verruca can remain active on damp surfaces and so can easily be spread in areas where damp surfaces are prevalent such as in showers and around swimming pools You can prevent this spreading to others when using your shower by wearing a pair of flip flops in the shower alternatively you can purchase verruca socks for use in the shower Nevertheless clean the

    Original URL path: http://www.circlepodiatry.co.uk/faqs/can-verrucas-spread-to-others-by-using-the-same-shower/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Why do I keep getting a verruca? | Circle Podiatry |Uk's #1 multi award winning private Podiatry brand
    be aware of those around you who may also have Verrucae therefore avoid walking anywhere barefoot especially in damp dark environments such as swimming pools where the virus commonly resides You can avoid this by wearing flip flops or verruca socks instead of walking barefoot Also keep the towel you use for your feet only It is vital when your verruca goes that you ensure any socks or footwear are

    Original URL path: http://www.circlepodiatry.co.uk/faqs/why-do-i-keep-getting-a-verruca/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Is it a verruca on my foot? | Circle Podiatry |Uk's #1 multi award winning private Podiatry brand
    spread into clusters of several warts these are often called mosaic warts Like any other infectious lesion plantar warts are spread by touching scratching or even by contact with skin shed from another wart The wart may also bleed which is another route for spreading infection It is also possible for a variety of more serious lesions to appear on the foot including melanomas It is wise to consult a

    Original URL path: http://www.circlepodiatry.co.uk/faqs/is-it-a-verruca-on-my-foot/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Why do I have holes in my feet, are they still verrucae? | Circle Podiatry |Uk's #1 multi award winning private Podiatry brand
    are they still verrucae Why do I have holes in my feet are they still verrucae It is not possible to make a diagnosis over the internet Although it is possible verruca s sometimes create lesions on the foot so can a host of other dermatologic conditions including melanomas It is wise to consult a podiatrist when any suspicious growth or eruption is detected on the skin of the foot

    Original URL path: http://www.circlepodiatry.co.uk/faqs/why-do-i-have-holes-in-my-feet-are-they-still-verrucae/ (2016-02-15)
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